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Virginia Kay White

Virginia Kay White

Healdton, OK

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Born and raised in a pecan bottom Oklahoma, I grew up with a love for nature and the land. Of Cherokee, Creek and Coushatta Indian decent, along with English, Irish and Spanish, a veritable American soup. I have always had a deep compassion for the American Indians since an early age, a time when most folks were not encouraged to claim any native ancestry. However I feel a deep spiritual connection to all my relatives, the two legged, four legged, winged, crawling, the green, water, fire, our earth mother and sky father. I live my life guided by Spirit and try to show compassion, gratitude & respect for all.

 

October's crescent moon by Virginia Kay White

 

evening light by Virginia Kay White

 

bath time by Virginia Kay White

 

morning light by Virginia Kay White

 

full moon rising by Virginia Kay White

 

glorious shades of purple by Virginia Kay White

 

summer daze by Virginia Kay White

 

birds on a wire by Virginia Kay White

 

reflections by Virginia Kay White

 

gone to see the rodeo by Virginia Kay White

 

shades of summer by Virginia Kay White

 

after the rain by Virginia Kay White

 

kissed by rain by Virginia Kay White

 

hawkeye by Virginia Kay White

 

full moon rising by Virginia Kay White

 

bathing opportunity by Virginia Kay White

 

a new day by Virginia Kay White

 

taking care of beezness by Virginia Kay White

 

last sip of the evening by Virginia Kay White

 

evening sip by Virginia Kay White

 

summer evening by Virginia Kay White

 

squirrel by Virginia Kay White

 

summer by Virginia Kay White

 

morning color by Virginia Kay White

 

ready set by Virginia Kay White

 

a break in the shade by Virginia Kay White

 

waning crescent moon by Virginia Kay White

 

summer rain by Virginia Kay White

 

evening light by Virginia Kay White

 

full moon rising by Virginia Kay White

 

Mr. Bluebird by Virginia Kay White

 

dragonfly by Virginia Kay White

 

evening light by Virginia Kay White

 

morning moon headed west by Virginia Kay White

 

yucca blooming by Virginia Kay White

 

Oklahoma wild flowers by Virginia Kay White

 

evening light by Virginia Kay White

 

Oklahoma sunset by Virginia Kay White

 

speak to the earth by Virginia Kay White

 

hurt not the earth by Virginia Kay White

 

wildflower by Virginia Kay White

 

evening 3 by Virginia Kay White

 

evening 2 by Virginia Kay White

 

evening by Virginia Kay White

 

shades of blue by Virginia Kay White

 

days end by Virginia Kay White

 

reflections by Virginia Kay White

 

dancing windchimes by Virginia Kay White